Sat, March 18, 2017 7:30 pm
Location: Chhandayan 4 West 43 6th floor NYC
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  • Indian Classical Music

    Indian Classical Music
    Steve Gorn has performed Indian classical music on the bansuri bamboo flute in concerts and festivals throughout the world. A disciple of Sri Gour Goswami of Kolkata, and Pandit Raghunath Seth of Mumbai,he is well known to audiences in India and the west. He has been praised by critics and leading Indian musicians as one of the few westerners recognized to have captured the subtlety and beauty of Indian music.
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A NEW RELEASE FROM STEVE GORN
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  1. Basant
  2. Anatolia
  3. Jaijaivanti
  4. Lalit
  5. Krishna
  6. Pulse
  7. Cassandra
  8. Journey Through


Light and dark, safety and uncertainty, known and unknown; this is the journey through the precious human realm. Through this music I wish to embrace it all. Contemplation, joy, sadness and solitude – It’s all there – a true feast offering.

Between Two Worlds features my clarinet played in Armenian ‘duduk’ style and my bansuri flute. Have a listen to the samples and enjoy.

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RagaChitram TV Show presents Hindustani Flute Concert featuring Steve Gorn (Flute), Naren Budhakar (Tabla) and Sam ShivRaj (Tanpura).

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Featured Recordings

Illumination

Steve Gorn, Manose and Ty Burhoe
Rasika

Steve Gorn/Samir Chatterjee
luminousLuminous Ragas

Steve Gorn
meditate170Meditate

Steve Gorn/Pamela Miles
shadesoftime400Siladette Awakening:
Shades of Time

Steve Gorn, Raùl Tudòn,
Georg Hofmann

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Upcoming Events

Wed, March 1, 2017  
6:00 pm  
– 9:00 pm

Steve Gorn   Bansuri
Roshni Samlal   Tabla

Location: Rubin Museum 150 W 17 NYC
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Fri, March 3, 2017  
7:30 pm  
– 9:00 pm

Flutes of Hope, which debuted at Cathedral of St. John the Divine
in 2012, is an annual program paying tribute to the resilience and
compassion of the Japanese people following the devastating
earthquake, tsunami and nuclear calamity of March 2011
This year featuring: Ralph Samuelson, Elizabeth Brown
Sylvain Leroux, Steve Gorn, Eiko & Karen Kendei

https://www.stjohndivine.org/

Location: Amsterdam Avenue & 112th Street NYC
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Sat, March 18, 2017  
7:30 pm  
– 10:00 pm

Steve Gorn & Eric Fraser
tabla by Shivalik Ghoshal
Steve Gorn met his guru, Sri Gour Goswami in 1971.
He remembers the gifted young disciple,
Gopal Roy, who became Eric Fraser’s guru 25 years later.
Together, Steve and Eric deeply embody
the gayaki vocal way of their gurus, who are
descendants of the  lineage of the
legendary Pannalal Ghosh.
Together their jugalbandi of two flutes seamlessly
evokes the emotion  of rasa, space and
essence of raga.   Joined on tabla by Shivalik Ghoshal,
this ensemble carries tradition forward
with interactive spontaneity and heart.

Chhandayan Indian Music School

 

Location: Chhandayan 4 West 43 6th floor NYC
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